A local county is unlike the rest.
Authorities say vehicle no longer had engine in it when found
No misconduct found; recommended deputy return to duty
South Minnesota family raises money for those with breast cancer
A northern Minnesota prosecutor accused of sexual misconduct has testified in his own defense and will be cross examined Thursday.
It’s been five years since a rural Staples man disappeared, and authorities still don’t know what happened to him.
As apart of the kick off to the Leaders Partnering to End Poverty program, Freeborn County residents were invited to a presentation on how t…
The building will now open in 2016.
You might have seen their work a time or two.
Five people in vehicle, one injured
Minnesota police are investigating a car chase with an armed Minneapolis-area man that ended after a one-hour standoff.
Before it was the heat, the big weather concern was heavy rains and flooding, and city leaders in Austin are working to address that issue p…
You may have heard the alert on your radio or gotten it through email during the height of the heat wave
Area colleges are seeing a major increase in college applications for the upcoming school year.
Seniors in southern Minnesota are getting a chance to have their voices heard by local lawmakers.
More than $6 million in disaster relief aid is coming to Minnesota.
Cooperative members asked to postpone use of electricity
The Olmsted County chapter released the tool this month.
Local pool business is picking up thanks to the warm temperatures.
Rear end crash in Olmsted County
Monday marks 30 years since the first reported human killing by a robot, but that didn’t slow the growth of machines down.
The singer is helping those children by singing
The one-month-old was taken to St. Mary’s.
Coop members asked to postpone energy use
It runs until Sunday night.
A Twin Cities park district is testing out tracking devices to locate lost visitors in an effort to protect vulnerable guests.
A judge will be hearing the circumstances surrounding two north Iowa murders and possibly changing the defendant’s sentence.
Governor talks about border crisis and plans for 2016
Crews responded to a fire on South Shore Drive in Albert Lea on Sunday, and officials tell us the blaze was set intentionally; but it’s not …
Some farmers in Minnesota have expressed concern that new rules on how wetlands are protected will give federal regulators an expanded role …